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Subject: The hottest night of New Years 82 shows
This was my 2nd ever West Coast show, saw 12/28 also.
I remember we just roared when the Franklin's leapt outa nowhere and dance dance dance.
Solid every step of the way, Phil thundering- sooooo good.
The bonus mini set- Bill told us hang out some more musicians were going to come out and there was more music to come, something like that,
Dylan M -
Subject: I agree. Very strong show
Better than the longer new years show.
Very colorful playing by Brent who is playing on a generally effect-less keyboard circa 82' style. He dosn't need effects, the man was brilliant.
The second set especially is tits.
Touch>Throwing Stones> Franklins. Common. I think this is the only time. Nice to hear that spacey early Throwing Stones space.
Everyone is in good form. Up there as one of the better shows of 82' along with some other hot shows mainly August thru October.
Evan S. Hunt -
Subject: Dedicated to Lost Sailors
Accompanying advice: PLAY THIS SHOW LOUD!
Incredible audience board-helped PCM. Feels like you're standing so close to stage that you can hear a combo of what the band hears then what the audience heard. !!!!
20 out of 5 stars.
This is a set of music you could play at a party, any party, and it would help you explain Grateful Dead to them -- should anyone ever inquire.
Sneak this one into someone's random play and watch as people groove and sway.
Bring this one with you and play it whilst waiting in that grocery store line.
Oooo, just eek the hours away.